Area Education Agencies (AEA) - List Of Links Links. Area education agencies (AEA) Area education Agency 6, Email Addresses. Areaeducation Agency 7, Email Addresses. mississippi Bend AEA 9, Email Addresses. http://www.state.ia.us/educate/aea/list.html
Extractions: The links below connect to each AEA web site. If the Email Addresses link is lit the AEA offers a mechanism for looking up email addresses and a shortcut is provided directly to that page for your convenience. Keystone AEA 1 Email Addresses Northern Trails AEA 2 Email Addresses Lakeland AEA 3 Email Addresses Area Education Agency 4 Email Addresses Arrowhead AEA 5 Email Addresses Area Education Agency 6 Email Addresses Area Education Agency 7 Email Addresses Mississippi Bend AEA 9 Email Addresses Grant Wood AEA 10 Email Addresses Heartland AEA 11 Email Addresses ... Western Hills AEA 12 Email Addresses Loess Hills AEA 13 Email Addresses Green Valley AEA 14 Email Addresses Southern Prairie AEA 15 Email Addresses ... Great River AEA 16 Email Addresses for and for indicates a link which leaves the IDOE site Send licensure questions to Licensure
Extractions: US State Government Aid The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for most state loan, grant and scholarship programs, in addition to the federal loans and grants. When you submit the FAFSA to the US Department of Education, they forward the information on the form to the state student assistance agency. Each state has a different FAFSA submission deadline. If you submit your FAFSA by March 1, you will be in time for all state deadlines, other than Michigan. If you miss the deadline, you will be ineligible to receive state aid for the entire academic year. Procedures for applying for state prepaid tuition programs and the national guard differ from state to state. The amount of information provided on the state web sites varies from state to states. Some states provide comprehensive information about residency requirements, loan, grant, scholarship and prepaid tuition programs and other state aid programs. Others provide minimal information. We recommend visiting the sites for both your state of residence and for the states of the colleges to which you are applying. A B C D ...
College And University Accrediting Agencies granting institutions of higher education in Alabama Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,mississippi, North Carolina list of specialized accrediting agencies. http://www.onlinecollegedegrees.net/accredited.html
Extractions: Scope of recognition: the accreditation and preaccreditation ("Candidate for Accreditation") of institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Republic of Panama and a limited number of free-standing American-style institutions abroad that are chartered or licensed by an appropriate agency within the Middle States region.
Mississippi the public and private sectors, academia, and federal, state, and local agencies. GLOBEat mississippi Department of education, Jackson Franchise http://www.teachearth.com/states/Mississippi.htm
Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association Medicare, Medicaid, and mississippi Workers' Compensation bodies and governmentalagencies, with constant provide Continuing Medical education programs through http://www.moma-net.org/
Extractions: American Association of Colleges of Osteopathy ANNUAL COAST CONFERENCE Full Agenda Now Available! (Word Format) The Mississippi Osteopathic Medical Association invites you to its 22nd Annual Coast Conference! Our conference is held at the most complete resort hotel in Florida, the Sandestin Beach Hilton. It is located on the Emerald Coast in Florida, with sugar-white beaches, crystal aqua-blue water, and a 2400-acre playground. Activities are unrivaledGolf on three challenging courses; Tennis on 12 courts; Swimming - indoor, outdoor, and ocean; Water SportsSailing, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Wind Surfing And Bike Rental. Remember the new spaSerenity, where for a small fee are Nautilus, Aerobics, Treadmills, Stairmasters and more! Weights, Massages, Facials - care to pamper yourself? It has been listed by Vogue as one of the Top Spas! The Sandestin Hilton has 800 plus luxury suites for families with children, which contain a wet bar, refrigerator and a separate bunk area for children. There are 190 executive suites in the new west wing of the Hotel. Baby-sitting is available for a fee, as well as daily-organized activities for children older than seven. This is the heart of fresh Gulf Seafood in western Florida, where Nouveau Creole has taken rootexcellent dining abounds.
ERIC/EECE Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota mississippi Missouri Montana by the US Departmentof education and is Web Address http//ericeece.org Send comments http://ericeece.org/statlink.html
Area Education Agencies Partnerships with Area education agencies (AEAs) Large School Districts.Teachers Iowa has 15 Area education agencies (AEAs). The http://www.drake-extension-ed.org/area.htm
Extractions: Large School Districts Teachers are required to renew their teaching licenses in many states. Graduate credits earned through a variety of courses and workshops transfer into most states and universities. (Check with your advisor or administrator as needed.) To provide field experiences and staff development activities, SOE provides graduate credit for approved AEA courses. Classes are recommended by teachers, administrators and Drake's Field Consultants and submitted for approval by SOE's Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies department. Well over 400 courses are offered each year for teachers who wish to enroll in a wide variety of continuing education opportunities. Iowa has 15 Area Education Agencies (AEAs). The function of the AEA is to serve as intermediate units between the Department of Education, school districts, and local Schools. Each AEA offers media services, special education services, and general educational services. (Please note that there is no longer an AEA 8. It was consolidated with AEA 1.) These agencies provide special education, staff development and media services. Many have partnered with Drake to offer graduate credit for their staff development offerings.
Mississippi Association For Homecare Association of providers of home care in mississippi.Category Regional North America mississippi Health Organizations agencies and professionals who are dedicated to quality health care for mississippians.Please take a few minutes to learn more about MAHC and the mississippi http://www.mahc.org/
Extractions: The Mississippi EPFP site meets monthly, usually in Jackson, the state capitol, for a period covering parts of two days. The typical program starts at 1:00PM on the first day and concludes in the early afternoon of the second day. Speakers include educational leaders from around the state. Most major educational agencies provide a half-day briefing for the Fellows. In addition, case studies, simulations, personal assessments, and group assignments enable Fellows to reflect on their personal leadership style and their ability to bring about change. Recruitment is statewide. The Mississippi site is affiliated with Mississippi State University. Financial support for the program is provided by the Lower Pearl River Foundation. For more information please visit the MS EPFP website or contact Ned Lovell at firstname.lastname@example.org or Elizabeth Burns on the Meridian campus at email@example.com Institute for Educational Leadership
Southern Regional Education Board (Maryland Entry) institutions, and other agencies, the Board agreements provide quality educationwithout developing Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, mississippi, North Carolina http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/38inters/html/19sed.html
Extractions: web: www.mhec.state.md.us The Southern Regional Education Board is the nation's oldest interstate compact for higher education. The Board plans for the use of educational programs and facilities by its member states that enable them to multiple the benefits of cooperative efforts, while dividing costs. The Board operates under the Southern Regional Education Compact of 1949, which Maryland ratified in 1949 (Chapter 282, Acts of 1949). Fifteen other states have ratified the Compact. Created at the request of southern political and education leaders, the Board brings together educators, government officials, and other regional leaders to advance education and thereby improve the social and economic life of the South. Working directly with state governments, academic institutions, and other agencies, the Board conducts research and reports on needs, problems, and developments in education; coordinates cooperative programs to upgrade training in undergraduate, graduate, professional and technical education; and administers interstate arrangements for regional educational services and institutions. These reciprocal agreements provide quality education without developing expensive specialized programs in each state.
State Agency Website Minnesota, http//www.educ.state.mn.us. mississippi, http//www.mde.k12.ms.us. VirginIslands, http//www.usvi.org/education/index.html. http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/ccseas.asp
Extractions: State URL Alabama http://www.alsde.edu Alaska http://www.eed.state.ak.us Arizona http://www.ade.state.az.us Arkansas http://arkedu.state.ar.us California http://www.cde.ca.gov Colorado http://www.cde.state.co.us Connecticut http://www.state.ct.us/sde Delaware http://www.doe.state.de.us District of Columbia http://www.k12.dc.us Florida http://www.firn.edu/doe/index.html Georgia http://www.doe.k12.ga.us Hawaii http://www.k12.hi.us Idaho http://www.sde.state.id.us/dept Illinois http://www.isbe.state.il.us Indiana http://www.doe.state.in.us Iowa http://www.state.ia.us/educate Kansas http://www.ksbe.state.ks.us Kentucky http://www.kde.state.ky.us
Extractions: Number 64 House Labor, HHS, Education Appropriations Subcommittee Roster (Dept. Of Education) The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies is responsible for writing an appropriations bill that funds, among other agencies, the Department of Education. Below is the roster for this subcommittee for the 106th Congress. Included with each subcommittee member's name is a list of the higher education institutions in his or her district. Information on rosters and university/college listings comes from Congressional Quarterly. See http://www.house.gov/MemberWWW.html for the Web sites of all House members.
Extractions: U.S. Census Bureau Office of Diversity and Equity Programs Online Resources and Information on Diversity in Higher Education General Ethnicity and Culture (Specific) African Studies Web Minorities/Cultural/Ethnic: Latino/Chicano/Hispanic Resources Latin World Latin American Network Information Center ... Hispanic College Fund, Inc.
ECS State Files Home agencies State Higher education agencies State Legislatures leaders shape educationpolicy 700 http://www.ecs.org/html/statesTerritories/state_map.htm
Extractions: Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington Washington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 2002 Election Results
Person Document A simple plan that, in a most demonstrative way, links higher educationto our developing agencies to the future of mississippi's economy. http://www.nasvf.org/web/allpress.nsf/pages/5900
Extractions: State lawmakers launched a sweeping initiative Thursday to link higher education institutions to economic development projects over 20 years, but they could not say how much it would cost or how it would be funded. The plan, spanning from 2005 to 2025, involves using the state's universities and community colleges to recruit better professionals, improve academics and research, and strengthen work force and vocational training. Lawmakers presented the plan at the Capitol before about 40 representatives from universities, community colleges and state agencies. "A simple plan that, in a most demonstrative way, links higher education to our developing agencies to the future of Mississippi's economy. That's what we're here for," House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Billy McCoy told the group.
Vermillion River Watch when the Dakota County Environmental education Program received a grant from theMississippi Headwaters Board other state and federal agencies, and citizens to http://www.dakotaswcd.org/rivers/vrwmain.html
Extractions: [Vermillion River Watch Activities] ... [Related Links] The Vermillion River Watch Program began in the winter of 1998 when the Dakota County Environmental Education Program received a grant from the Mississippi Headwaters Board and the Blandin Foundation to establish a River Watch Program in Dakota County. The Vermillion River was chosen because the watershed covers about one-third of Dakota County, including twenty-one local units of government and five school districts. An effective River Watch Program would provide information and opportunities for stewardship to a significant number of Dakota County residents of all ages In the fall of 1997, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources developed the Metro Trout Stream Watershed Protection Initiative (watershed initiative). Two watershed coordinators were hired to work with local units of government, other state and federal agencies, and citizens to help them develop strategies for protecting watershed supporting trout streams in the seven county metro area while still accommodating population growth within the region. Grants from the Metropolitan Council and the Rivers Council of Minnesota were given to the Watershed Initiative to work with schools and citizens groups in the watersheds to develop a macro-invertebrate monitoring program. As part of the monitoring program, an education and outreach component was incorporated. Participating schools and citizen groups have to develop an education/outreach project for their watershed. This web site is the result of the education project of the schools monitoring the Vermillion River.
School Health Initiative Program Activities of ASTDHPPHE and state health agencies to support the training of public health educationand health Health Program MiniGrant Awardees mississippi ($5,000 http://www.astdhpphe.org/school.asp
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org *Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view ASTDHPPHE members have long been involved in health promotion and health education efforts in schools and communities. In October, 2000, ASTDHPPHE received supplemental funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) for a five year effort to support physical activity, nutrition, and tobacco prevention (PANT) efforts among youth through Coordinated School Health Programs (CSHP). The goal of the initiative is to build the capacity of ASTDHPPHE and state health agencies to support CSHP in school settings to reduce these priority risk behaviors and promote healthy behaviors among youth. The ASTDHPPHE School Health Workgroup was formed in 2000 to lead the initiative. The Workgroup began its efforts by conducting a membership needs assessment to determine the current status, structure, strengths, and barriers to successful CSHP. Based on the results of the
CRFC External Links Minnesota. mississippi. Missouri. Social Science Development Center. educationAgencies Chicago Public Schools; Voices of Chicago School Reform; education Week; http://www.crfc.org/linkage.html